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From Laurent Blume <laurent.bl...@infores.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_rewrite problem w/ special chars in url
Date Mon, 25 Aug 2003 09:20:37 GMT
Földényi Tamás wrote:

> Ok, now I see there's nothing to do with mod_rewrite, a simple request /%E1/
> (not /á/) cause 403 Forbidden, instead of 404 Not Found. I don't know why:
> %, E and 1 are US-ASCII characters.

Ah, I tried, that, and I see your point.
You're right that there is something odd there.
I tried those URLs, apache 2.0.47 on Windows:
/%20  -> 403
/a%20 -> 404
/%7F  -> 404
/%80  -> 403
/a%80 -> 403

Then, I tried the same on an apache 2.0.44 running on Solaris, and all 
of them give a 404.

Unless the behaviour was changed recently, it looks like it is 
system-related.

Laurent


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